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Posts tagged 'Interest Rates'

Gold rises 1% as virus fears overshadow firmer equities

By Thomson Reuters 25 days ago 423 Views No comments

* BoE cuts interest rates, Britain announces budget splurge * U.S. Treasury yields and dollar drift lower * More than 119,000 people infected by coronavi

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Pot Calls Kettle Black: Fed Lectures Congress Over Ballooning Deficits - Nathan McDonald (14/11/2019)

By Nathan McDonald 5 months ago 3197 Views 1 comment

Did Jerome Powell, the head of the Federal Reserve, actually lecture Congress over their ballooning debt levels and out-of-control spending?

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The Bank of Canada’s Crafty $640 Billion “Poloz Tax” – Confiscation Targets Seniors and Pensioners - Peter Diekmeyer (13/11/2019)

By Peter Diekmeyer 5 months ago 11465 Views No comments

Frédéric Bastiat, one of the forerunners of the Misesian school, said that in economics, what you don’t see can be more important than what you do.

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Ask the Expert - Jim Rickards - September 2019: Part One

By Craig Hemke 6 months ago 349215 Views 1 comment

In this episode, Jim answers questions regarding the global reserve currency and interest rates.

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To QE or Not to QE? - David Brady (19/09/2019)

By David Brady, CFA 7 months ago 9181 Views 1 comment

Yesterday, the Fed cut rates by 25 basis points and forecast no further rate cuts this year with perhaps one more depending on incoming data and future developments.

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Global Central Banks Move To Keep The Party Rolling Onward - Chris Vermeulen (12/08/2019)

By Chris Vermeulen 8 months ago 14525 Views No comments

The recent news that the US Fed, China and many of the global central banks are continuing to make efforts to lower rates and spark further consumer spending and economic activity is reminiscent of the late 2010~2013 global economic recovery efforts.

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Fed Policy Reversal Now Imminent - Craig Hemke (04/06/2019)

By Craig Hemke 10 months ago 27415 Views No comments

The Fed is forced to reverse policy, cut rates and re-install QE and other "stimulus" programs.

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Completing the Capitulation: The Entirety of the FED Turns Dovish - Nathan McDonald (22/03/2019)

By Nathan McDonald 1 years ago 3821 Views No comments

The FED has once again taken a step back from its stance on raising interest rates, admitting that the economy as a whole appears to be on shakier ground than they once thought.

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The FED Could Bring the Economy Crashing to Its Knees - Nathan McDonald (20/12/2018)

By Nathan McDonald 1 years ago 6517 Views 1 comment

What had the markets once again on edge is whether or not the FED would continue down its path towards calamity, going against the market’s wishes and short-term interests by raising rates.

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Why Do Investors Tolerate It - Keith Weiner (19/12/2018)

By Keith Weiner 1 years ago 2767 Views No comments

It takes two to tango, borrowers who want easy credit and lenders who give it.

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Years of Recklessly Low Interest Rates Causes Inflation to Soar - Nathan McDonald (15/11/2018)

By Nathan McDonald 1 years ago 8152 Views No comments

The stock market has been rising, GDP has been rising, and the rate of unemployment has been steadily dropping.

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I expect a crash in the fall of this year.” - David Brady on the future of the stock market - (Weekly Wrap-Up, June 29, 2018)

By Craig Hemke 2 years ago 242278 Views 1 comment

David Brady of Global Pro Traders joins us this week to discuss the precious metals markets and how changes to the US dollar and Chinese yuan impact the gold price.

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Falling Interest - Keith Weiner (23/10/2017)

By Keith Weiner 2 years ago 14246 Views No comments

Many say interest rates will rise. We say they will continue to fall as central banks push down interest rates to enable more government and crony borrowing.

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Richard Sylla: 70% to 80% Chance of Another Global Financial Crisis - Peter Diekmeyer (16/10/2017)

By Peter Diekmeyer 3 years ago 36805 Views 5 comments

Richard Sylla, co-author of the magisterial A History of Interest Rates, who has studied past long-term credit cycle implosions, warns that a repeat may be at hand.

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Will The Fed Really “Normalize” Its Balance Sheet? - Dave Kranzler (21/9/2017)

By Dave Kranzler 3 years ago 13836 Views No comments

The Fed predictably held off raising rates again today. However, it said that beginning in October it would no longer re-invest proceeds from its Treasury and mortgage holdings and let the balance sheet “run off.”

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